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We have talked before about how large some of the giant sauropods were and how being big can really affect your biology, but just how do palaeontologists weight dinosaurs from incomplete skeletons and how accurate will these methods be? Well happily we have a podcast that will tackle those very questions and delve into the history and mystery of wo…
 
During a guided Middle World journey to meet some ancestors on my property to learn how I can help the Earth, I was surprised to learn that they want me to start with a challenge I had put off. Here is my takeaway on the importance of the assignment. Shamanic Journeying with Sandra Ingerman/ The Shift Network https://music.apple.com/mn/album/autumn…
 
It’s time to give some love to some dinosaurs that don’t get enough and pretty much top of that list needs to be Psittacosaurus. This (mostly) little dinosaur is one of the earlier ceratopsains but lacking the size, horns and frills of their more notable cousins, it’s sadly all too easy to see why they get ignored. But that’s a shame because as wel…
 
Riparovenator and Ceratosuchops – Chris Barker and Darren Naish Just like the start of series 3, we are kicking off the new series with a special on a new research paper (of which Dave is one of the authors) which is out today! In it, two new, large, predatory dinosaurs from the UK are named and both are part of the spinosaur group! Obviously it’s …
 
Zhula has literally kicked Conri to the curb - and past it down the cliff - while Virgil has to come to terms with murdering Athon and hope whatever Sal is doesn't get too mad. Meanwhile, Gray and Rule have a leisurely stroll to Moorpoor where they can begin to try and piece together how they might find everyone else. Follow these cast members on T…
 
An interview about Marine Reptiles with Keirsten Formso @formophology. To get more free bonus content FIRST become a Terrible Lizards Patron on patreon.com/terriblelizards In the third series of Terrible Lizards we finally edged away from dinosaurs to cover pterosaurs, but in the Mesozoic, there were far more reptiles in the sea than in the air so …
 
The party is still separated but events have been set in motion. Still a prisoner in Wicklow, Virgil meets his old friend Sal and then confronts Athon with violent results. Nearby, Rule and Gray continue to try and evade capture from Athon's army and try to plan their next move. In Ria, Zhula, Conri, and Quincy mix it up with an old enemy of Zhula'…
 
A new friend, Zhanna Bright of Soul Congruency, reminded me of a beautiful quote by Ram Dass to help me see that we are helping everyone when we help even one person. We are all one so this makes sense. As a busy working mama, I was grateful to be reminded of this valuable truth. The quote is, "We are all just walking each other home," which means …
 
The party has been scattered, pursued by forces they perhaps cannot fight. Can Rule & Gray escape the soldiers in pursuit? Where did the portal take Quincy, Conri & Zhula? What will become of Virgil? Everything has changed. Welcome to Season 2. Follow these cast members on Twitter: Gray/Andrew - @andrew_garda DM/Cheski - @dungeonsonthego Follow the…
 
It is the final episode this series and as usual we are answering some of your dinosaur questions (as many as we could cram into an hour). A massive thank you to all our patrons on patreon - your support means everything to us. We are planning a series 5! We will be back in the Autumn. There will be a few mid season episodes dropped here and even m…
 
Today I cut back my milkweed plant almost to the ground to save monarch butterflies in my area. It was a hard decision but seemed the most responsible thing to do as we have been experiencing a lot of death among our monarch caterpillar and chrysalis population. Nature is changing dramatically right now. Climate change is evident everywhere and it …
 
Dave Hone tells Iszi Lawrence about the early days of paleontology and the very first dinosaur discoveries in the UK. We cover the perpetually unlucky Gideon Mantell and the not especially nice Richard Owen (and Mary Anning pops up though she didn't really do dinosaurs). Dr Kiki Sandford then joins us and asks what clues there are in fossils to tel…
 
Following on from our last adventure into the realm of the very biggest dinosaurs, we now have a look at the other side of this issue which is that big dinosaurs started off very small. How do you get from a 5 kg hatchling to a 50 ton monster and what does that mean for how they lived and how palaeontologists identify adults and juveniles? Are ther…
 
Perhaps the single most notable feature of dinosaurs is the quite extraordinary sizes that many of them achieved. We have talked before about some of the issues surrounding being big, but before now we have not tackled the most obvious question in all of this: what is the biggest dinosaur? Well as you may expect by now this isn't a simple question …
 
Reincarnation is a topic that makes some people uncomfortable because it appears to go against the teachings of their church or their understanding of the Bible. For many, reincarnation is, in fact, mentioned often in the Bible. For many, reincarnation makes perfect sense and is more in line with a loving God than having a single shot at life on Ea…
 
This time out it is a group of dinosaurs very few people will have heard of or know very much about but they are a fascinating group of small, feathered theropods who have only been on the scene for around 20 years making them very much newcomers. The tongue-twistedly-named scansoriopterygidae are a bunch of fragmentary and bizarre animals from Chi…
 
Just how reliable are research papers and what goes on to get them published and accepted in the scientific literature and, critically, are they reliable? We have talked many times on the pod about scientific papers but without ever discussing what these actually are and how they get published. It’s an important aspect of science and especially wit…
 
Meditation is an amazing tool for relaxing, health, and spiritual growth. For many, it's a daunting practice to learn and makes us feel like we are failing when we try it. After listening to Dan Harris' Ten Percent Happier, I learned how to meditate in a way that is easy to do and helps me experience what meditation is supposed to provide. In this …
 
There’s numerous illustrations and documentaries showing great herds of dinosaurs together and it is very common to come across the idea that various species (or entire groups like the hadrosaurs, ceratopsians and dromaeosaurs) fundamentally lived in groups. As usual though, this really oversimplifies a huge mess of extrapolations from limited foss…
 
Harking back to Series 1 episode 1 (a whole year ago!) we return to the tyrannosaurs, but having devoted a whole hour to T. rex then it seemed appropriate that we should try and cover the other 30ish tyrannosaur species at some point. Rexy might be the first and foremost of all dinosaurs but has dozens of relatives that are plenty interesting too a…
 
As we reach the end of Andrew's time as DM, we find that Mack has been revealed as some sort of Eldritch Horror, and Garry is paying a steep price. Now it's up to the survivors - including Conri, Quincy, Virgil, Gray, Zhula and Rule - to figure out who among them could also be a danger to the group, and how to stop them if they are. Look for DM And…
 
Series 4 will be starting on Wednesday June 2nd. You can also catch us going live on our 1 year anniversary at 8PM GMT on Iszitube on youtube and our facebook page (facebook.com/terriblelizardspodcast) and on Twitter. Thank you to our patrons on Patreon who made this possible. Please go to patreon.com/terriblelizards…
 
Shamanic journeying is a worthwhile and special practice. From a beginner's perspective, here is how I see and explain shamanic journeying. What are the different worlds? Are journeys dangerous? How do you get started and what's the point? I answer these questions in this episode.저자 Kim Shea
 
EDIT: Hey - Andrew here. So the OG file was missing a whopping eight minutes of audio, some of which was super important. So I have uploaded a new file - if you've listened to it, listen to the early part of the ep again. Sorry about that Things are sure getting strange in the keep for our adventurers and it's not just because the voice actors are …
 
A friend posted the details of a nightmare she had just had during a nap. She shared that the dream had really scared her, and her friends weighed in that it was a sign of something ominous. I privately messaged her and offered to help her interpret it. In this podcast, I'll tell you how I analyzed it, how it reassured her, and what she took away f…
 
We take a break between seasons to head into an alternate reality, where Kan'Herasa is just a bit askew. Join Andrew as he DMs Cheski, Sophia, Serviss, Jo and Evon playing each other's characters who find themselves trapped by a blizzard in a run down Keep, populated by another group. What does the group want? What happened to the Keep? Why is Quin…
 
I dreamed about an unusual and beautiful cat named Violet. In this 9.5-minute episode, I'll tell you about the dream and how I analyzed it. http://www.dreambible.com/ Thank you to Peter Marin for allowing me to use your recording of "Autumn Leaves.": https://music.apple.com/mn/album/autumn-leaves-with-the-frank-unzueta-trio/918627798?i=918627806…
 
When a shaman friend learned that I had killed a rat in my garage, she commented that "it wasn't very Buddhist of me." My first thought was to be defensive but it caused me to rethink how to handle a rat that was partying nightly in my garage. This definitely opened up a new world for me and the rat. Thank you to Peter Marin for allowing me to use …
 
When you look at events around the world, you see unrest, chaos, fear, and problems. Maybe you see those things really close to home. Fortunately, being spiritual allows us to look beyond what we experience with our five senses. Although we might feel fear or frustration, we have the ability to go within. We have a different perspective on what we …
 
If all you ever knew in your life was suddenly changing in a way you had never before experienced, you might be terrified. You might be experiencing fears and concerns right now because we are seeing changes in many facets of our lives. But a dream I recently had was reassuring to me that life is moving in an overall good direction. We don't need t…
 
Many groups of Mesozoic plants are still around today so the landscapes in which the dinosaurs lived would have looked at least vaguely familiar to anyone who might be (un)lucky enough to travel back in time 150 million years. Still, plants are typically rather squishier than dinosaur bones and so their fossils are often rare. In this episode we we…
 
The gang talk all things Season 1 with Emily aka Shikara the Dragonborn paladin of The Incorrigible Party, who has many questions like, what the hell is a preseason? What is Gray's deal? Are pockets for daggers? Pull up a chair and peer behind the curtain as Cheski, Sophia, Jo, Serviss, Evon and Andrew look back at the first season. Please check ou…
 
Exploring a new spiritual practice is really exciting. We want to go in all the way when we find something new because we're trying to grow and wake up so why wouldn't we give it our all? Is it okay to dip our toes in and work our way up to total mind and body immersion as our comfort allows? Here is my brief two cents. https://www.hayhouse.com/hea…
 
Easter, Spring, Passover is here. The northern hemisphere is waking up, being born or reborn, and starting over. It's a beautiful time of year. With the release of Seaspiracy, many are questioning their choice to eat fish, and fishing practices in general. What does it mean to be conscious of our food choices and our purchases? We have an obligatio…
 
Meet Captain Tavi "Endgame" Pane, Doctor/Engineer/Sociopath Zorik "Farshot" Zulkhan, Helmsman/Scaredy Cat Wullet "THE Space Shadow" Fulg, Gunner Kendlar "Quick Finger" Merkan and Comms officer Lawl Lulo da Wasper - a group of bounty hunters bent on the all consuming quest for..... space Italy? The Bounty Hunters TTRPG appears in beta form courtesy …
 
Jade plants cover the banks in the front and back of my house. The colors vary by location and they have unequal amounts of water and sunlight and it shows. Interestingly, they all have survived many years. As I wandered the back bank recently, it occurred to me that Jade Plant has many lessons to share with us. Speaking with Nature: Awakening to t…
 
Virgil lies on death's door and may not be able to talk his way out of this one. The gang faces some tough choices - and may be at the end of their rope with each other. Will this be the shattering of the Fellowshi-wait that's copyright infringement.... is this the end of the Wizards & Lizards crew? Find out in part two of the super-sized Season 1 …
 
How stiff were dinosaur tails? If you could find a complete skeleton of any dinosaur species, which would it be? Why are were dinosaurs so big if big sizes are evolutionary dead ends? It is the final episode of our third series and we put together just a few of the questions sent in from our Patreons and listeners. We plan on doing a live show answ…
 
My name is Kim Shea, and I'm an Earth mother exploring Shamanism and spirituality. I have always been spiritual and have been working on my dream interpretation skills for a few years. But recently I learned more about Shamanism from a friend. Slowly, my conversations turned to personal exploration and I am avidly learning about it with a focus on …
 
Following on from last week's look at how dinosaurs get named, in this (Patreon picked) episode Iszi and Dave turn to the issue of dinosaur relationships. How do palaeontologists put together family trees and work out which species or group is related to which other one? And how easy and reliable is it when most dinosaurs are known from only fragme…
 
In this episode we take a look at the actual identification of dinosaurs. What makes a species a species and how does this apply to fossils that are a hundred million years old? From there we look to how dinosaurs get their names where things can go wrong when it comes to correctly identifying them. Our special guest this time out is Professor Chri…
 
Saysamu may have bailed the gang's ass out of a lake full of alligators, but their problems keep piling up. Now Conri, Gray, Virgil, Zhula and Rule all have a choice to make. They can flee Wicklow to stay out of the Library's clutches while Wicklow burns or they can stay and save the townspeople - but likely die in the process. Hey, we said they ha…
 
This week we have an extended interview and discussion with David Krentz on the public perception of dinosaurs and especially in film. David is a palaeoartist, but also works as a storyboard artist and character designer for Hollywood productions like the Marvel movies and has also produced and directed dinosaur documentaries so has seen things fro…
 
Let’s be honest, we’ve done quite well to have held off until half way through the third series before tackling this one, but there’s been a Brachiosaurus in the room since the start of Terrible Lizards and it is very much Jurassic Park-shaped. There’s no point dissecting all the details about the film and its depiction of dinosaurs (though we look…
 
The Library comes to town looking for answers, but it could be they aren't on the same page as the gang. Gray's in jail, as is Conri (on purpose), Rule and Zhula are looking for Virgil, who is for some reason still carrying the murder weapon used to end Yared's life. Follow these cast members on Twitter: Gray/Andrew - @andrew_garda DM/Cheski - @dun…
 
Finally, a normal episode that both has a guest an is actually on dinosaurs. This time out we are on to the second dinosaur ever named – Iguanodon. Despite being one of the absolute originals and being known from numerous good specimens, Iguanodon (and its relatives) really doesn’t get much of a look in when it comes to artworks and documentaries a…
 
No dinosaurs this week! Shock, horror! It was always going to happen sooner or later as Dave does a lot of work on pterosaurs as well as on dinosaurs and we’ve had some specific requests for a pterosaur episode so here we go (and they’ll return again soon we’re sure). These flying reptiles are too often just window dressing in the background of pic…
 
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